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I had an ultrasound one week and she was breech, rather... transverse. I went in for one the next week, and the night before I swore I felt a huuuuge rolling kick. The next day at the ultrasound she was head down. Maybe it was her flipping around, maybe it was her just kicking the crud out of me like always. I honestly couldn't say for certain.
I know this is on your mind, obviously, a lot, but do know babies can flip around even during labor. A close friend of mine had both her babies naturally and they were breech up until their big day when they flipped around. It also happens the other way around, head down and then bam, they flip into breech. It happens. Don't count your little T breech for good! Give him more time!
I FULLY believe that he will turn on his own (or we will get him turned), especially since I know there is still lots of time! We tried the headphones on the belly thing the last two nights and I was just wondering if I would feel him turn or if it would be a surprise!